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Transparent Moderation Log & Site Topics - Part I

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by j, May 7, 2006.

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  1. grimslade

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    Damn, I missed the last bits of it. Did brandonc every post anything in it?

    No, but someone created a troll account for Brandon's "lawyer." Absurdity ensued.
     
  2. edmorel

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    I loved the shoulders on mafoofan's Rubinacci jacket but did find the waist a bit too supressed and it accentuated his head size.
     
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    If it matters for anyone about when the gash occured, I don't believe it occured randomly during transport back to the seller. The seller contacted me by PM over a month ago, saying that he'd read on another thread that I was an attorney and wanted legal advice. He said in that PM that the buyer mentioned a half inch gash on one of the shoes. I have no idea what this means, other than the seller was aware of the slashed shoes over one month ago and before they were shipped back to him.
     
  4. yachtie

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    I loved the shoulders on mafoofan's Rubinacci jacket but did find the waist a bit too supressed and it accentuated his head size.

    Looked like he has a nice "rack" too.
     
  5. the truth

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    I totally understand and support the decision, J. only now I fear we'll never learn The Truth. Of course, that was unlikely anyway. I'm going to resist the mighty temptation to list all the inconsistencies on both sides... must... resist... There. I'm better now. Carry on.
    You can't handle The Truth! [​IMG]
     
  6. grimslade

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    If it matters for anyone about when the gash occured, I don't believe it occured randomly during transport back to the seller. The seller contacted me by PM over a month ago, saying that he'd read on another thread that I was an attorney and wanted legal advice. He said in that PM that the buyer mentioned a half inch gash on one of the shoes. I have no idea what this means, other than the seller was aware of the slashed shoes over one month ago and before they were shipped back to him.

    OK. But the shoes had clearly been worn repeatedly, to judge by the condition of the soles . . . oh, never mind. I'm done.
     
  7. zalb916

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    Just saying that the seller has been apparently dealing with this issue for over a month, as he contacted me in early May seeking legal advice. Agreed that it's all quite absurd and smells awful fishy. That's all for me as well.
     
  8. whacked

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    Can we have a bad sellers-bad buyers thread in the buying and selling forum?

    +1.

    Seconded. Or third..ed?

    Whatever it takes.
     
  9. Brad

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    If nothing else, that thread was good for a few laughs.
     
  10. amerikajinda

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    If nothing else, that thread was good for a few laughs.
    That thread was on fire! [​IMG]
     
  11. Toad

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    No, but someone created a troll account for Brandon's "lawyer." Absurdity ensued.

    I can't believe I missed it! I step away from the computer for an hour, and this is what happens!
     
  12. j

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    I totally understand and support the decision, J. only now I fear we'll never learn The Truth. Of course, that was unlikely anyway. I'm going to resist the mighty temptation to list all the inconsistencies on both sides... must... resist... There. I'm better now. Carry on.
    I got the video... [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  13. Matt

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    Can we have a bad sellers-bad buyers thread in the buying and selling forum?
    ya in among the brouhaha that was the Shropshire Slasher thread, I was wondering about that as well. Would it be a constructive place where issues are satisfactorily resolved and buyers and sellers gain beneficial information about their potential business partners...or would it just be the biggest free for all since Andy started the Interchange. Personally I suspect the latter....and I am against anything that needs a riot squad to moderate, since I would then have to go see Dung to get a bespoke flak jacket.
     
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    Is jv17 a spammer? He has dozens of meaningless one-line posts and some sig file link to a furniture website.
     
  15. kwilkinson

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    Is jv17 a spammer? He has dozens of meaningless one-line posts and some sig file link to a furniture website.

    http://styleforum.net./search.php?searchid=1777523

    You don't find him incredibly insightful?

    I mean come on.... Being addicted to credit cards will affect your credit score. It's so deep.
     
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    jv17 is an English teacher for Koreans who happens to also run a Miami furniture shop and can make any shirt look good. He also has a hearty sense of humor and often enjoys laughing out loud. I say he's a keeper.
     
  17. RJman

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    jv17 is an English teacher for Koreans who happens to also run a Miami furniture shop and can make any shirt look good. He also has a hearty sense of humor and often enjoys laughing out loud. I say he's a keeper.
    He's like this forum's Howard, only less thought-provoking. [​IMG]
     
  18. dusty

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    SITE TOPIC: How come when I try to add a new tag to a thread it never shows up?
     
  19. Matt

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    Is SF paaaainfully slow for anyone else at the moment?
     
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    Is SF paaaainfully slow for anyone else at the moment?

    No, m@T.
     
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